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Violent clash in Agona Kwanyarko results in injuries and property damage


A conflict between youth groups from Agona Kwanyarko Zongo and Agona Fawomaye has brought about three injuries and property damage, originating from a disagreement regarding a GH¢500 debt.


Purportedly, Yaw Baah, an occupant of Agona Fawomaye, bought a tree from Kofi Annan for GH¢900. Unbeknownst to Baah, one more individual from Kofi Annan's family had additionally offered a similar tree to another person. Months after the fact, Baah moved toward Kofi Annan for the extraordinary GH¢500 installment, which Annan to some extent settled with GH¢400, leaving an equilibrium.


In a meeting with Adom News, Kofi Annan, owning up to owing the leftover sum, related being moved toward by a companion of Baah while at a drinking spot. Mr Annan's refusal to pay promptly prompted an actual squabble. Following the fight, Baah called for fortifications from Fawomaye and Kwanyarko Zongo, outfitted with weapons.


The following conflict included gunfire, as well as assaults with broken bottles, cutlasses, and sticks, bringing about property obliteration, including damage to TVs and Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) properties. In light of the occurrence, occupants of Agona Kwanyarko communicated worries about potential backlash assaults from the town's childhood.


Assemblyman Benjamin Sackey of Agona Kwanyarko Ahoroso-Odumase Discretionary Region called for quiet and asked the police to intercede to keep up with harmony. At this point, no captures have been accounted for, while those harmed are getting clinical treatment.



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